Game Rank 3
Free the jack from its cage.
Cast Puzzle Level 1
This diamond consists of two pieces. Taking them apart is easy, but putting them back together takes some thought. This diamond may not be forever, but discovering its secrets will certainly keep a puzzler busy! By American designer Scott Elliott.
Hanayama is known worldwide for challenging puzzles and quality manufacturing. Can you take the pieces apart, then put them back together again? Level 1 puzzles are considered easy by most puzzlers.
Cats - Enigma - Game Rank 6
To solve this puzzle separate the three non-identical pieces.
Cast Equa - Game Rank 5
The two semi circles can be separated and removed from the frame.
Cast H&H - Game Rank 5
Hanayama’s newest cast. Separate the two pieces; they have more degrees of freedom than it first appears.
Cast Amour - Game Rank 2
The “G clef” and “eighth note” intertwine and give off a beautiful note as if they’re playing music. The design, which does not resemble a puzzle at first glance, is beautiful to the eye as well as fun
Game Rank 5
Separate the silver loop from the two stars.
Game Rank 1
Thread the two pieces so that they form a single loop so that the magnets touch. Some backwards thinking is needed.
Cast Rank 6
Simply separate the two pieces.
Tip: the inscription on the cast remind you of something?
Game Rank 6 - Nutcase
Four pieces with a fifth piece locked inside. Unscrew the bolts to separate the puzzle and free the locked nut.
Cast Quartet - Game Rank 6
The most challenging of the cast puzzles, this unique puzzle has two different solutions once all the pieces are taken apart.
Perfect gift for a puzzle fan who love challenge!
Game Rank 4
Mesh the silver and gold loops so they form the ring.
Cast Spiral - Game Rank 5
The five pieces slides past each other vertically, keep in mind some are identical and some are not.
Cast Square - Game Rank 6
This puzzle can be assembled into three different color combinations. Beware this puzzle is complicated by internal mechanics.
Game Rank 5
Twist the three rings apart and then back into the solid shape.